HFCL’s Intermittently Bonded Ribbon Microcable

March 14, 2024
HFCL’s Intermittently Bonded Ribbon (IBR) microcables consist of multiple optical fibers bonded into a ribbon structure by an intermittent adhesive pattern. The intermittent pattern of the IBR adhesive allows the ribbons to bend and flex laterally to fill all available space inside a cable, a feature absent in rigid, traditional, flat ribbons.
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